Scarlett Johansson for Marie Claire, May 2013
Michelle Williams ► AnOther Magazine editorial
QUESTION: “What’s been the biggest change for you since the release of Thor?”
CHRIS: The biggest change to be honest – I mean, yeah, people recognise you – but the most rewarding thing is being able to pick and choose who I want to work with. You have the opportunity to try and get in contact with people that you might not have had access to before. That’s what you want; you want freedom and choice, in the industry and anything you do in life.
QUESTION: “The Avengers is now the third highest-grossing film of all time. What’s it like to be a part of such a huge phenomenon?”
CHRIS: “It’s great. I think, firstly you want to make a film that you’re proud of and you enjoyed making. For me, that’s what it’s about. Secondly, you want people to see it. So to be reaching that kind of an audience is hugely satisfying. Especially when young kids come up and they’ve seen the movie 10 times. As a kid, I used to do that, and to think there’s a whole generation out there now looking at something you’ve been a part of…it’s a special dream.”
Emma Watson photographed by Mariano Vivanco (2011)
“I’m such a bad dancer. I don’t have many talents: I’m not a good cook, I can’t clean, and I can’t sew. The only thing I can do well is shoot bow and arrow—which I learned to do for The Hunger Games and will probably never come in handy—and act. Imagine me 100 years ago: I would have been pointless.” - Jennifer Lawrence for W Magazine
“I was very ballsy at that age (15) —the typical kind of stubbornness that comes with being a teenager. I started out fearless, and now I’m terrified. […] You do become more aware of your mortality as you get older. When you’re little, you jump on any wild horse. Then you get a little bit older and realize how fragile life is, and you’re more careful.” - Jennifer Lawrence for W Magazine
David Beckham photographed by Josh Olins for the september issue of Esquire magazine
Emma Watson for Glamour UK.
Richard Armitage portraited by Matt Holyoak for Project Magazine, July 2011